Capitalise on the market opportunities in Singapore
Most products entering the Singapore market must meet the relevant requirements of the authorities depending on the product scope. Product safety requirements and regulations are put in place to reduce risks, improve quality of life and ensure safety during use.
Regulations and compliance requirements can however pose challenges to companies who are looking to explore new markets. You can ensure that your products successfully meet the Singapore standards by working with a market leader, TÜV SÜD.
TÜV SÜD fully understands the local requirements and procedures applicable in Singapore. Our test laboratories are accredited and fully compliant with the Singapore standard. You can rely on our expertise and knowledge to help you access key markets efficiently while at the same time, be assured of our objectivity, integrity and professionalism
* Besides the CPS Scheme, CGSR (Consumer Goods Safety Requirements) covers all consumer goods that are not under the purview of other regulations or regulatory agencies in Singapore, and is based on post-market surveillance and action. There is no requirement for pre-market testing, certification or approval from SPRING Singapore as the Safety Authority.
SAFETY MARK PROCEDURE
Product categories requiring Safety Mark include:
A full list of product categories may be found here. To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.
National Environment Agency (NEA)
TÜV SÜD is accredited by the Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC) to perform testing to the applicable test standards, and is able to support suppliers in registration. TÜV SÜD can also support manufacturers in obtaining voluntary endorsement labels.
* Good Distribution Practice for Medical Devices in Singapore (GDPMDS)
** The founding members of Global Harmonisation Task Force (GHTF) are Australia, Canada, the EU, Japan and the USA.
* Suppliers’ own conformity assessment should be based on test results or evidence of equipment certification given by the manufacturer or an accredited body.
** A declaration to IMDA is still required after certification by an IMDA recognised CB.
EQUIPMENT REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
Equipment categories which can be registered under ESER Scheme:
Mandatory equipment categories under SER Scheme:
Mandatory equipment categories under GER Scheme:
To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.